NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A woman was struck and killed by a vehicle on the Upper East Side Thursday evening.

The 68-year-old woman was struck near 78th Street and York Avenue, officials told CBS2. Police said a 2005 Honda Pilot had been headed north on York Avenue when it struck the woman, who was trying to cross York Avenue at the time.

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“It sounded like, bam! And then, the guy, he told me someone hit the lady,” said Gilberto Solano, who had been working in a nearby bodega.

Solano said two people tried to help the woman and asked if she was OK, but she did not respond. An ambulance came soon afterward, he said.

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The driver remained at the scene, CBS2’s Valerie Castro reported.

The woman was rushed to NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center in an unspecified condition, the FDNY said. She was later pronounced dead, officials confirmed.

The woman was identified as Andrea Kremen of Fort Lee.

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The NYPD Collision Investigation Squad was investigating late Thursday.